Courses - Current and Upcoming

For the most up-to-date information on enrollment, meeting times, and locations, please consult the UW Time Schedule.

Autumn 2014

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

VLPA
A - 13274 Ed Shanken T Th 15:00-16:50
CDH 109
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

Honors
AA - 13275 F 12:30-13:20
MGH 271
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

AB - 13276 F 13:30-14:20
MGH 254
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

AC - 13277 F 12:30-13:20
JHN 022
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

AD - 13278 F 14:30-15:20
MGH 242
DXARTS 200: Digital Art and New Media: History, Theory, and Practice

Provides a historical and critical overview of artists and scientists pioneering the digital arts. Discusses important digital media issues from aesthetics, creative strategies, emerging trends, and socio-cultural aspirations.

AE - 13279 F 12:30-13:20
MGH 271
DXARTS 450: Digital Video Foundations

Foundations of experimental film and video art production. Emphasis on research and critique of historical and contemporary experimental film and video art, as well as conceptual and technical experimentation in art-making with the moving image. Introduction to digital video: preproduction, production, and postproduction. Students work individually and in small teams.

VLPA
A - 13282 Tivon Rice T Th 09:30-11:20
RAI 129
DXARTS 460: Digital Sound

Foundations of digital sound for digital arts applications. Project-based course focused on creating experimental sound compositions. Overview of the history of electronic music and analysis of important works from its cannon. Acoustics, psychoacoustics and digital sound theory. Digital signal processing and recording techniques. Multi-track, recording, editing, mixing, and mastering using Digital Audio Workstations (DAW). Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 13284 Peterson, Daniel M. M W 14:30-16:20
RAI 129
DXARTS 470: Sensing and Control Systems for Digital Arts

Covers basic electronics for integrating sensors and actuators into art installations and performance. Includes real-time systems programming and design using simple software tools for controlling video and audio as well as hardware tools for data I/O to control electromechanical and sensing devices.

VLPA
A - 13286 James Coupe M W 09:30-11:20
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DXARTS 490: Special Topics in Digital Arts and Experimental Media

Taught by UW faculty and visiting artists, engineers, scientists, and humanities scholars.

A - 13288 James Coupe W 13:30-15:20
RAI 221
DXARTS 500: Research Studio

Covers recent advances and current trends in digital arts and experimental media research. Students discuss and demonstrate their own ongoing research and creative projects. In-depth examination of new artwork and research by pioneering figures in the field. Prerequisite: DXARTS graduate student.

A - 13291 Juan Pampin Th 12:00-13:50
RAI 221
DXARTS 598: Advanced Topics in Digital Arts and Experimental Media

Covers recent advances and current trends in digital arts and experimental media research. Various topics may include in-depth examination of new art work and research by faculty, students, and visiting professors.

A - 22361 Marcin Pączkowski T 11:30-14:20
RAI 205
DXARTS 600: Independent Study or Research

Credit/no-credit only.

A - 13292 to be arranged -
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DXARTS 800: Doctoral Dissertation

At least 27 hours of dissertation credit is required for the award of a Ph.D. in Digital Arts and Experimental Media. No more than 10 credits may be taken in any quarter, except summer. Credit/no-credit only.

A - 13293 to be arranged -
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